LOGICAL ORGANIZATIONAL APPROACHES
Use logical approaches to kick start a theory of change – or confirm you’re on track.
Logic sequences link actions to intended changes. Similar organizational approaches share similar logic…
· Collaborative approaches grow relationships which make contributions to collective action, thereby achieving (shared) outcomes.
· Informative approaches communicate content to create new understanding which encourages actions by others, thereby achieving outcomes.
· Policy-oriented approaches implement new policy instruments in order to influence others so they take action, thereby achieving outcomes.
· Financial approaches provide funding to support others taking action, thereby achieving outcomes.
Which approaches is your organization using?
What do their logic sequences look like?
Are they on track?